Posts tagged "glue gun"
Halloween Wreath

Halloween Wreath

I love fall. It is my favorite time of year and it is also the start of decorating for the holidays! No offense to Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day, but there is only so much decorating you can do for those. Halloween is coming and here is an easy way to get...
Embroidered Magnets

Embroidered Magnets

I was inspired for this craft by the Etsy store SeptemberHouse¬†who makes embroidered magnets that show off different stitches. While I love the stitch idea, I wanted to to try something a little different so I made one that says Joy and another that is a bouquet of flowers. What You’ll Need: Fabric button covers...
T-shirt Roses

T-shirt Roses

More fun with glue guns! I’m definitely on a kick with flowers and glue guns. This project is inspired by the blog called Matsutake¬†that I discovered through Pinterest. I was frankly a little surprised how great these turned out looking considering they were just discarded t-shirts a few minutes prior. These are quick and can...
Flower Bib Necklace

Flower Bib Necklace

This is really the simplest thing to make and just looks lovely. I’ve seen a few of these bib necklaces on Pinterest and elsewhere and decided to use some of the same methods from the feathered headband to make one for myself. The trickiest part of this is finding the right flowers or other notions...
Feathered Headbands

Feathered Headbands

With all of the hub bub with the Royal Wedding, Easter and the Kentucky Derby, hats, fascinators and feathers are definitely in the air. I guess I’m not a slave to fashion because I didn’t even really notice the trend until recently, but it looks like girls have been putting feathers in their hair with...
Yarn Wreath

Yarn Wreath

This Christmas, I wanted to incorporate my love of knitting and yarn into my decorations. For this wreath, I was inspired by a yarn wreath that has made the rounds on Craftzine and the Knitty blog created by Kristi of Life Through the Lens. To get started, you need a wire wreath frame, Styrofoam balls...